Interview with Margy MacMillan and Chrissi Nerantzi ‘Joint reflection on Twitter, phenomenography and learning friendships…’:
Margy MacMillan has worked in information literacy(IL) at Mount Royal University for over 20 years. She has developed program-integrated IL for science and communications programs, as well as a variety of courses and workshops in Arts and Humanities. She has conducted long-term research on the acquisition of IL skills and knowledge through students‘ undergraduate degrees. Her current research and teaching focus is on connecting students to the scholarly conversations in their disciplines through academic texts.
Chrissi is a experienced academic developer and loves helping others develop and grow. “My approach is playful and experimental and I specialise in creative, innovative learning, teaching and assessment and am an open practitioner and researcher”.